The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick; reviewed by Sidney S.

The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick; reviewed by Sidney S.

"Hugo Cabret loves to play with clockworks. His father had died from a fire when he was young. So he moved in with his only remaining uncle to the train station. He taught Hugo to keep the clocks running. He had one thing that his father was trying to fix. It was called an automaton. Hugo tries to fix it and meets a girl who has the missing piece: a heart shaped key. I thought this book was absolutely amazingly written and had beautifully drawn pictures. Brian Selznick lured you into this amazing world that Hugo was in." - Sidney S.

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This review is part of our Summer Reading Challenge.